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THE OREGON DAILY J0UHN4U
- rrJDAY.'"' November L i::l
I P A
FOR SALES TAX
.'MkUtei, Set. t c Defeat
f resesela ef Senator Saoot, CUi, for
sale tax waa toads ee slate tedar
we ie senate by vote ef fto l
f.aUa tae taraever US ef aaa keif of
tu nor seat treae tales. The
events voted Mildly stalest tka ereeeeal
sag II BeesbUeaa senators Joined itst
esseelUee, . '
Washington, Nov. . Tha eeante last
aUHt refused to adopt the manuisctur
era ' aaJe Ui plan proposed by Senator
flreoot aa an amendment to the revenue
but "The vote waa 15 to 43, all of the
affirmative votea betn can by Repub-
. Itrana, white IT Republicans Joined wtth
II Democrats la oppoattlon to tt.
It alternative plan by Senator Bmoot,
" proposing a Lax of on-half f 1 par cent
an each turnover or aala of manufac
tured articles wilt ba voted on tpday,
Tha defeat of tha sales tax plan waa
eecomDllshed by a coalition of Draio-
rrau and Rapubllcana In tha "aericul
1 tural bloc," who contended It would b
a tat on tha ultimata consumer and
would tall lesa heavily on mail uf ac
ta rara. v
Differences of opinion aa to. the
' amount of rtrenue which might be pro
' Cured by tha aala tax substitute also
centrlbeted to tha defeat, opponent of
tha measure dectartne; that tha treasury
would ehow a deficit If tha aalea tax
plan wera adopted, ' ,
The vote on tha Bmoot meaaura waa
Ayea Bursum, Calder. Edfe, Ernest,
Pernald, France. Prellngbuyaeit, Good
Inc. Jonee of Waahlngton, Keren, Me
' Xlnley. Moses, New, Newberry, Ntchol
' aon, Oddle. I'hlppa, Folndester. Short-
rtdse. Kmoot, Spencer, Wadnworth, War
ren. Wataon of Indiana, Weller 25.
Noea Borah, Capper, Curtis, Kenyon.
lAfollette, Lenroot, McCormlck, Mo-
Cumber, McNary, Nelson,- NorbeesVPen-
roae, Klanfleld. Pterllnr, Sutherland,
Townsepd. Will la. Republican ; Aahurat,
firoussard. Caraway, Fletcher, Oerry,
(11 aaa, Harris, HefUn, Jane of New
Mexico, Kendrlck, . King,: McKellar,
My era, Ovennav, . Plttman, Pomerene,
Reed, Sheppard, Klmmona, Stanley, Swan
eon, Trammel, Walah of Massachusetts,
Walsh of Montana, Watson of Calvestonj
" Williams .
result is sramisB
'Although previous poll had ahowed a
safe margin for the meaaura there wera
many switches 6 arias; the debate, and.
this coupled with tha abeenca f a nam-,
bar of senators who were counted upon
to vote for -tha amendment brought about
Its defeat.' Tha suggestion from house
leaders that a sale tax meaaura might
b proposea at tha next session aa a
soldier, bonus plan ! also caused many
senators previouily counted tor tha bill.
to cast their, votes against it. i -
During the debate Senator Bmoot
showed that tha tax la favored not only
by tha manufacturers themselves: but by
large groups or consumers ana taxpay
er. He said its ehiaf -virtu waa that
ii wss a simple tax ana mat ;t has been
steaduy growing la favor la thai United
States. - ' v : -! -.
Senators Lenroot. McCormlcK, Joees of
New hraxlco, aad Blmmoas spoke axainBt
the bill, r..,-.-;..- . ;-
During tha ton can It was announced
that Senator Lodgo, Republican leader,
would have voted for the bill, and Sena
tor Underwood, Democratic leader, would
have voted against it. ,
t.Ui S. .Prison Today
j. -, . i .. . ,
Fred R.'1 Rdyaton.- former Methbdist
minister, who was aeatanced ,to 18
month af - McSeffl ."Island r prison
Wednesday by Federal Judge Bean, was
Make yoxrr selection now for ChrUtma$! ,
Save from $35. to $100
.-A SMALL DEPOSIT RESERVES A
MACHINE FOR CHRISTMAS DEUVERY
- Sold oil Easy Terms
"PLAY WMLE YOU KAY"
324 WASHINGTON St.
- . - .
Headquarters for Sheet Music, Colombia
PHONE MAIN 2269
scheduled to leave Portland at f o'clock
uaay in cusioayy oi deputy -umieo
States Marnhal J. K. Rosa, Royston
pleaded rullty Wednesday t tranaport-
ing a - l-year-eld Salem girl to Cen-
tralia, Wash., la violation of tha white
slave, traffic act. Sentence to the fad-:
era! prison for a felony also deprives
Royston of bis American oJtixenrtiln.
" TH DaXL F0St3Ti.STK3 ' I
Washington," Kov. ' 4, CWASHIN'd-
TOM EtJREAU OP THE JOURNAL.)
The postoffice department has asked the
civil, servlc ixtmralasioa to bold a Bost-
masters' ' examination for the appoint
ment at The, Danes. . '
Mrs. Paddock Dies
At Charleston, 8. C.
. Word has been received at the Sunny
side Congregational church announcing
te death of aCra.:Georcw a, Fadaocx.
u her home la Charleston, g C. last
SatUTday. Mra, Paddock, eras the wife
of Pr, George" XL Paddock, now pastor of
tha r Flrx nxregtlnl church of
Charleston, formerly pastor of tha Haa-
aala Street Con grega tional - xaureh of
PorOa&dV and later : superintendent of
the Congregational Home Missionary o-
SKsttiSwiftol' 1 o forAistqnof.
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' V 'Ja'fT!, ffUKt. ..flU... WSEr.-C- .-"i , iii'.Trx. L
n Iter it' ( cr' I tr' r 1 ,! Ira
Ham or Bacon, One Efg-, Potatoes
Lunch IK i
1 " ."
Meat! or i Fish, Pie or" Padding
Coffee or Tea, Bread and Butter
Loganberry Pie . ....... 5c
'Baked Rome Beauty Apple, 10c
Coffee! . U.. ..... . . . . . ... .5c
Cup Refaied..:. .3c
; , TRY OUR FAMOUS' j . '
HOTilOAST BEEF AND HAM SANDWICHES
r WE SERVE ALL DAIRY LUNCH DISHES
ll-ox. Glass Milk ScBread U Free with 20c Order
Coffee CupRefilled 3c-Meal Tickets $5.30 for $5.00
,1 ; TAere is no Substitute for a Sqttar DeaF' . . il':-'-
An eating place wliefe selection ifyotirmnlege
r service is our dim! V
Ground Floor and, Basement-NEYER CLOSED
I'M Lr'-MJf TS. 3 ...-r h
"We are offering for a. short time only, Tientsin Rugs
made-to our; order at the factories in China; best quality,
all Chinese - designs A rare opportunity, fo secure . a
genuine oriental rug at bargamvrmcesjxome'earl and
getfirst'ehoice. f ; -Vv-
335 Ankeny, Bet. Eighth and Broadway
eietyef . Oregoa. irrs. Paddock vr as
stricken with paralysis elht years a(0
trUls residiatr hera. ,-- -
Hair Often' Ruined
By Cexelns Washing
Soap should pa ae4 very earefully'.
If yea want to keep your hair look
ing its bast. Host aoapa and prepared
shampoos, contain too much . alkali
This dries the acalpmakea the hair
brittle, and rains tc- !
. . , . .-"' ;
The tat thins; for steady ie Is
Kntsified cocoanut oil ahatapoo
(which is pure and graaseleasl. and
Is better than anythins elea you can
use. Vi .- . ; . r .
One or two teaspooasful of Mnlsl
fled will cleanse the hair and scalp
thoroughly. Kimply jrtotsten the hair
wiin water ana. ruo it in. 11 mum
an abundance of rich, creamy lather.
waren nna out aastiy. removtn
every pwucw o u
and exceeaive oil.
ouicklv and evenlr. and It leaves tha
scalp soft, and tfle half fine aad
silky, brtebt, -luatrous. flutty - and
.easy to nanaa,.4 . ; , . . .
'"Too cab p( "Ktulaifled cocoannt etl
shampoo st.any pharmacy; it's very
cheap, and a few ounces will sup
ply every member e(.the family for
months, r Be awe your drataist fflvea
: aaily, removinjr
lust, dirt, dandruff
i.- -The hair driea
- 1 :
ICIRIU'S MILITARY ;SH0P
61 Sixth St.ccraer Pine. .Portland, Oregca.
JUST RECOVED fine aaaortment of SWEAT
',ERS with and wilhout sleeTes, at $2.004Z25
ln.tbeie yoy Aire ciolce of colors tad roa will find them
. y , : faasj vain and wortk twic the price . . .
i rbTHE stoci: show.5 get one o our htzznixn .
.OVERCOATS OR REGULAR LENGTH COAT
fWE ALSO HAVE THE VESTS WHICH WILL KEEP YOU
"TU WARAU , COMBINATION DRESS RAIN AND . COC ((
Tl OVERCOATS .........i,. OaJeiLf
"fl v saad line ol cheaper coata 1 ejzceSemt Tahwa, .
thae AS Wbel Sairta SS.60-O- D. Shirt to. . . . . .
Cray Woel Shirts t 13f Xhaki Breeae......J25
Cotton Work Shirts SI. 00 Wool Braochee. ..... .15.00
Wool Caps 75c Wool SocVa . 25c to 75c
Horse Blankets, with strap $5.0 JerkW ...... .$6.00
Khaki Troejaora S5c eaU $2.00 Dree Skoo. .$6.00
Wool Middy Bionao $9.00 Neckerchieia . ........ $2.7 S
' Sckool Bafa, for boya or rSHs aeQsac at, 75c
: Ante Robaa, Elaakata, Clave, rraa Ceata, IJadioa' Capea.
" Sbeopaldba M ocas lias, hlackiaawa, etc,
.'Prices on request. Mail orders filled promptly
Here Is a SuiUfor the discriminating man who wishes to
dress well. These are" unfinished worsted Wfth Silk stripe,
alpaca lined, very neat patterns. Good fitting garments.
FIRST SECOND AND ALDER STREETS
Regular 30 values.
These Pants are lined and' reinforced ' with taped seams.
Assorted patterns to choose from. .
' ' ' An- saj. -fT .. n i
TOE . WEfcfc KN OWN NASHUA
Double; Bed size Sitkoline (JJ-J fjff
Comforters, Special; . . . . tDie I
Comforters, Special -
" t-": . ' 72x90 .
Cotton Fleeced, (JJQ " A
Saturday SpecT tDW c XJ
Cotton Fleeced, (Jjrt KQ
Saturday Spec4 tDsUetlc
Cotton fleeced, (HO - Q Q
Saturday. Spe'c'l tDemiVO
Woolnap.OoradJl 1 Q
r Double : Bed size I Silkoline d0 O'tT
- - BBBsa aa.
UNION: i SUITS
Mere you win find an exceptionally good value. The well '
known Wright garment with a inug fit. Kegular 14.50 values.
Bizea-3B wts. ... - -
Globing Out Sale
Of Wdmen,s Wearing Apparel
Try Oiir Shoes '
STOJTE BETTEB FOB THE MO WET
WOMEN'S COMFORT AND
V STREET J
jsma' - aUMIB. ' easMs ' bMpsbk. - ' saaBSBBBBBBasae -' .siskaa
Beautiful ' Coa&, lined . throughout Large collar
and cuff a Former price .of these Coats 122.50.
Closing our price, S14.9S.
WOMEN'S BOLIVIA' AND VELOUR
Regular 25c values Saturday : cty at this grlhargalrf prion.
BED SBREADS r
- - t - v r . -a
gatunlar oti)r at this bcrrin prl.
below whotewl ooet.
ThM SprtMs sell
Outing Flannel Gbvms
High 'Shoes that are oomfortable and rood - wearing." in soft
black kid. flexible leather solca and. rubber Aeela. lala or
cap toes ahd ' medium or large ankle style. Also black and
brown street Shoes with military heels. Ooodyear waited,
soles. All sisee aad widths. -
Here is the barg&to .you "have been looklnic for.
Some of these Ceata have fur coliara, button
trimmed, looee back effect Regular 37.M values.
. . ;.. MEN'S :
Kegular 75c values, Saturday only at this bargain prtcav--
Kabo Corsets i-39
Assorted color and emblnaUon effects. Valued
up to $70. Come early and take your aholce.
Mere yea wtl! rtnd aa exceptional bargain.
Saturday ealy at tMa barrata pre.
v f .1-
Black and Brown Work Shoes that wui give- entire satisfac
tion. They wear. Made on the comfortable Munsoa last
. BUes g to 11. ' . o-,..-
excellent, quality Aprons,
Made of good maurlala.
Black Cvtunetal Lace Shoes, for school ear. Fbotf orm last
. flat heels and heavy dMea. "This is a real bargain. BUea vi .
Ull.S2.ia. sues X to . S2.4S. i - : , , . ,
Xf'ya can appreciate a real value yon want to see.-
thla bargain in Scarfs. Regular 1 values, rhese
will make nitty Christmas fifta. We reserve the
right te limit the Quantity. ' .
Take Advantage' of ' These Bargains
CUPS arid SAUCERS
t - . " '
Set of 6
Standard grade. Plain White Bwnl-Porceiatn -Cups and
Bauoera Bold reghlany at $1.60 a, sat at. t. Home are ettanw '
ly Imperfect Only 10O sets, so coma early,1 ro fleUveriea or
C. O. D. on Cups aad Saucers. . . j i
- 42-PIECE COLD BAND ,
These seta arc first: quality' eemv-w
. perceialnv BOKX reruiariy at
iunitaa number only. Mail orders wUI
be filled acoordins; to jstock on hand.
Following pieces make lop the set: BIX
. cuds. saucers, dinner plate. pte
plates.. bread plate. C 4-tncta fratt
aishea, 1 auaar ana -cover, x
1 platter, 2 vegetable diahet.
! 2nd Grade Small White
Beans, 13 lbs... .y. ....
Good. Red Salman, 1 lb.
ulls, a can. ............
'Quaker Corn Flakes, f
Darirnade Milkl tall cans,
-a can ...i..V..;;.
Fischer Best Flour, i "I tf fk
is ib, sk.; . ... . tPlsUU
M. Jf. B. Tree Tea, green OK -
' or black H lb.. . dWUL
3 IDS. .. .. . . . AdKJKs
Our Special Blend Coffee, -
ibsVjii; ;v;..-JvfA .i w - vJL-
Calumet Bakiag: Powder, O K
1 lb. caa....V.iw.... awOU
Snowhuggd ; Cane and Q A iv
Maple Syrup,' pt. . ; V '.V O U C
Qt..,..60 H -.91.15
Standard Tomatoes,: No.
2rcans, 9 cans.. . '. '. v
Wesson or Masola OU,
Otter or Del Monte Apri- rA
cots, .No: 1 cans, 3 cans pU C
White Wonder or Royal O CT
White Soap, 6 bars...., aDC
Jones' Pure Lard, O til
No5 pan.....;,..-;.7 olIC
No. 10 paU A . . . . ; . . . . 1.55
Mrs. Steward's Bluing,
Vogans Scratcli Choco
lates, a Ib. box...
Old Colony Smok-
cans, ' each t V
cans, 10 cans O JL
Star, Horseshoe or
Oimax, - 7fi i
a plug...: I OC
Gold Shore,. regular
16c pouch,. Q
spl 8 pkgs.. vl
L ucky Strike:
or Che tef."
Pedro or Geo.